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2010 Jeanneau 45DS

  • 45 ft
  • Cruiser
  • Annapolis, MD, US

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2010 Jeanneau 45DS

Vagabond Deux


The new boat is here. Vagabond Deux Bring offers. She is going on the hard April 15.


If you are ready to go cruising tomorrow, Vagabond Deux is one of the best options currently on the market. The Jeanneau 45 DS is instantly recognizable by the teardrop portlights and rakish, southern European styling. This almost trademark look comes courtesy of Italian designer Vittorio Garroni. The hull and interior arrangement is the work of Phillipe Briand, who has been drawing boats for Jeanneau since 1984. Pairing different naval architects with Garroni has been an effective strategy. Jeanneau has maintained consistency with its deck saloon series while incorporating the latest innovations in performance and manufacturing processes. The 45 DS is modern and sexy but not trendy or gimmicky. It's fresh and reeks of quality, the marks of good design work. 


Recent Upgrades:

  1. 715W of solar panels (each individually wired w/ MTTP controllers) w/ additional battery monitor
  2. New (2021) dodger, bimini, connector
  3. Full enclosure (2017)
  4. New bow thruster batteries (2020) (qty 2)
  5. 660amp domestic bank (2018) (qty 6)
  6. Engine start batteries (2018) (qty 1)
  7. Bluetooth Stereo with upgraded BOSE speakers & subwoofer
  8. Wind speed & Direction
  9. Two battery charges
  10. Deck lights
  11. Cockpit lights
  12. Cable TV/Internet connection at transom & nav station with co-axil cable
  13. Hidden clothes hanging rod in port aft cabin
  14. New plumbing in both heads (both electric, fresh & saltwater flush)
  15. All LED lights
  16. Bright additional LED strip lighting in galley
  17. Water filter (potable) at galley sink
  18. New Air Conditioning unit (16,000 BTU) in 2017
  19. Greco 750P raw water strainer with Air Con units
  20. 360' of anchor chain with 55lbs Mantus M1 anchor
  21. 35lbs Danforth anchor with chain and rod
  22. 8' Apex UL RIB (no patches, like new)
  23. 5hp 4-stroke engine (just serviced)


  • Manufacturer
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  • Year
  • LOA
    45 ft - 13.72 meter
  • Beam
    14 ft 4 in - 4.37 meter
  • Draft - max
    6 ft 10 in - 2.08 meter
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  • Category
  • Condition
  • Location
    Annapolis, MD, US
  • Vessel Name
    Vagabond Duex
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  • Available for sale in U.S. waters
  • Length
    45 ft - 13.72 meter
  • LOA:
    45 ft - 13.72 meter
  • Beam:
    14 ft 4 in - 4.37 meter
  • Draft - max:
    6 ft 10 in - 2.08 meter
  • Bridge Clearance:
    63 ft 4 in - 19.3 meter
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  • Horsepower:
    54 (Individual), 54 (combined)
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  • Fuel Tank:
    63 gallons - 1 tank(s)
  • Fresh Water Tank:
    162 gallons - 1 tank(s)
  • Holding Tank:
    25 gallons - 2 tank(s)
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Below decks, large windows and a pale wood finish give a bright, spacious feeling.

Hull ports offer views outside when sitting at the saloon table.

Nice details include recessed grabrails running the length of the saloon in the deckhead and just below the windows, so there is always a handhold at any angle of heel, and a locker dubbed 'the juke box' by Boyd, just forward of the chart table, which opens to reveal a mirror-lined cabinet of glasses and a good selection of bottles - a dangerous proposition one might argue, in a remote anchorage.

Two rather cave-like aft cabins are helped by an extra dose of daylight from hatches that open into the cockpit.

The forward heads provides an en suite for the owners' cabin with a closed-off shower compartment.

The other heads, aft of the chart table, has two doors for access from the saloon or the port aft cabin.


VHF radio command mic and pod-mounted Raymarine E120 chartplotter , under cockpit table for easy visibility from either helm station.

The Harken genoa winches are also within easy reach but the mainsheet is led to the coachroof.  Both are harken 50, 2 speed, electric winches. 

Sitting outboard to steer is comfortable with clear visibility forwards and a curved footwell provides good bracing when standing.

There are plenty of grab handles around the wheels, table and companionway for moving around, and the table provides necessary bracing for crew when heeled.

One of the two winches on the coachroof is electric for hoisting the mainsail.

With all lines led aft, there was a lot of rope lying on deck.

Wide side decks allow an easy passage forward, although there is a narrow ledge outside the cockpit coaming to look out for.

Shrouds terminate just outboard of the coachroof, leaving plenty of space to step round them.

The low-profile coachroof creates a large working area on the foredeck and the deep anchor locker contains an electric windlass.

Moulded GRP decks give good grip and a teak toerail keeps feet securely on deck.

The steps down to the wide bathing platform contain the life raft and cockpit storage is ample, with shallow cockpit lockers under the benches and plenty of space beneath the helm seats and cockpit coamings aft.

On the davits is a Apex Dinghy and a Tohatsu 5hp outboard.


The L-shaped galley offers good space for preparing meals, with two cool-lockers, one of which could be opened from the front and top.

The other is used as a freezer. The cook can prepare meals without being in anyone's way and the companionway steps provide bracing for cooking under way.

Work surface space is increased with infills over the double sink.


All Raymarine:

Depth Sounder - ST70 display

Speed - ST70 display

Wind Speed/Direction Apparent/True - ST70 display

Auto Pilot - ST70 display

VHF Radio

GPS/Chart Plotter - C120

Radar - C120


Bluetooth Stereo with Bose Speakers 


Shore power inlet 50Amp


Battery Charger (2)

Air Conditioning (two units 1600BTU and 8000BTU.

LED interior and cockpit lighting

Electric Head (1)

Manual Head (1)

Sails and Rigging

Vagabond Deux is fitted with a 9/10 fractional Z-Spars rig with two sets of swept-back spreaders and a hydraulically adjustable split backstay.

A powerful fully-battened mainsail and large overlapping genoa give her plenty of drive and options for adjustment. Single-line slab reefs are led back to the cockpit.

A high boom and the mainsheet forward of the companionway keeps the cockpit clear, but does mean that a couple of mast steps are needed to get hold of the head of the sail and to zip up the mainsail cover.

A cruising asymmetrical spinnaker for making easy miles of wind..

The Company offers the details of this vessel in good faith but cannot guarantee or warrant the accuracy of this information nor warrant the condition of the vessel. A buyer should instruct his agents, or his surveyors, to investigate such details as the buyer desires validated. This vessel is offered subject to prior sale, price change, or withdrawal without notice.

Next Generation Yachting is pleased to assist you in the purchase of this vessel. This boat is centrally listed by David Walters Yachts.



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